"What happened to Bulgarian alternative energy using methane from garbage dumps?" What do you think happened: the tsigani left to live in Western Europe, of course. Luckily, the Migrant Hordes also prefer somewhere they can live for free on the labour of others.
And what do the Macedonian taxpayers think about paying for them to sit in jail and radicalise others?The only "deal" to be struck is the choice of rope or bullet.
There\'s the problem in a nutshell: who cares what these illegals \"agree to\"?unpleasant for them They should be made to understand that they are criminals and have no right to choose where they go and what happens to them once they clandestinely cross our borders. If life in Europe is made sufficiently unpleasant for them, they will soon find the means to cross the Turkish border in the opposite direction. The same applies to the illegals who cross from Africa - if they can\'t swim back, they\'d better think twice before they invade Europe.....
Is that to go with the 60% salary increase that people aren\'t receiving?
How about changing the lyrics to: \"If mangling grammar were a crime\"? ;)
The problem is that "our civilisation" seems intent on destroying itself and is only "better" because theirs is so abysmal; at least "they" fight for their beliefs while the West wrings its PC hands and drivels on about multiculturalism.
\"Priorirties\"? Good to see that illiteracy is alive and well among Americans as well as Brits!
Mtonev - I hate to disabuse you of your well-meant misapprehension but sadly the majority of native English speakers have as bad, if not worse, a command of their language as the Whinging Pom personified by Mr Smith. Indeed, I have a sneaking suspicion that he may be the alter ego of Mr Carl Spate, the archetypal Anglo-Saxon oik.
A good grasp of English is an end in itself and "buys" nothing that would be of value to a semi-literate person - it's also a mark of respect to the people with whom one is trying to communicate.
Tellingly, you seem to regard possessions as some sort of indication of personal worth, which probably says all that is needed. Since you ask, my work has bought me properties in several prestigious parts of Sofia (including Boyana, I'm afraid), together with two in London, another in the UK countryside, one in Greece and an 80 acre estate in France with a mas dating back to to the 15th century. Unlike you, I don't feel the need to boast about such things however: there are many people, both richer and poorer than I, who make better contributions to the world and the people in it; sadly, I have seen no signs that you figure among their number.
I fear you have me confused with someone of your own puerile intellect (and lack of education), dear boy. Your opinions are usually ridiculous and your disapprobation is a matter of supreme indifference to me. I hope that's clear enough for you.
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